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Thematic training

SERVICE FOR GROUP SOW MANAGEMENT

Are you planning to redesign your sow barn to adapt it to group sow management ? We can assist you in this transition, whether it's for Canadian, European, or Proposition 12 standards.

Did you know? A specialized report on the subject of group sow management is also available to you on our website. To access it, click here.

For more information, contact:

Sébastien Turcotte
sturcotte@cdpq.ca
418 650-2440 extension 4354

TRAINING FOR TQA CERTIFICATION (TRANSPORT QUALITY ASSURANCE)


In recent years, Canadian animal welfare laws and regulations have required that livestock transporters in Canada and elsewhere be familiar with techniques for handling animals in a manner consistent with societal expectations.
 
The CDPQ offers transporters and producer-transporters the opportunity to participate in training to obtain or renew their TQA certification (Transport Quality Assurance).

For more information, contact :

info.transport@cdpq.ca
BIOSECURITY TRAINING

The CDPQ has developed training capsules on biosecurity as part of a project funded by MAPAQ and Les Éleveurs de porcs du Québec.

These capsules are available on Wiki - Transport.

USING ULTRASOUND TECHNOLOGY (also available for species other than pigs)


Today, the CDPQ is a reference point in Canada for measurements using ultrasound, both for commercial producers and for stakeholders in various fields. This expertise, initially developed for pork production, is now available for several other animal species (e.g., sheep, cattle, wild boar, fish).

For more information, contact :

Marie-Pierre Fortier
mpfortier@cdpq.ca
418 650-2440 ext. 4337
 

COLLABORATIVE TRAINING ON CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION AND GHG REDUCTION IN PIG PRODUCTION
 

Training material on this topic has been developed by CDPQ, CDAQ, IRDA, Ouranos, and Laval University, in collaboration with Les Éleveurs de porcs du Québec, Équipe québécoise de santé porcine and VIA - Pôle d'expertise en services-conseils agricoles.

Click here to view all available documents 

A training workshop took place on February 27, 2024 in Drummondville, covering swine, cattle, and forage production. To view all documents, click here.

For more formation, contact :
 
Sébastien Turcotte
sturcotte@cdpq.ca
418 650-2440 ext. 4354
 

Thematic training available


Depending on your needs, we can offer several courses in the context of our various fields ofexpertise.

Do not hesitate to contact us!